Originally Posted by sibhusky
This seems nuts. Are you counting skis that are really "retired"? If so, I have a garage full, pending the day I actually do something with them, which won't be skiing, but probably will involve carpentry, which is why they are still there.
What is stopping you from getting more days? Don't tell us work. There are only so many days/hours given to you on this earth, don't give them to some corporation. I am so relieved my husband's job finally ended. He now sees he could have retired about five years ago. That's time he'll never get back. So, figure out how to get more skiing!!!!!
I'm not counting these or the two additional pairs there or headed there since the photo was taken.. One ski day requires 6 hours of driving. Just not up to that every weekend. Twice a month is good for me. One or two overnighters..
If I know I'm not likely to use them they go here:
Looks like I have 8 pairs to pick from not including the snow blades witch got two days local neighborhood skiing last season.
Head iSuperShape WC Race SL Sub 70
K2 Public Enemy Twin/All Mountain 80
K2 CaBrawler Bump Ski Sub 70
Nordica GSR Doberman WC Race GS Sub 70
Salomon Lab GS (race stock) Race GS Sub 70
Elan M777 Powder-Crud 87
Elan M999 Powder 99
RD Coyote Helidog Mid Powder 91
8 pairs of skis and roughly 8 lift served ski days last season?